• Shrink Your Bottom While Contributing to the Companies Bottom Line

    Posted by:    |    Saturday, December 3, 2011

    The TreadDesk lets employees whittle away the pounds by walking while they work, says inventor Jerry Carr, 47, of Fishers, Ind. With just a touch of a button, the desktop rises to a height that lets a person comfortably walk 1.5 mph while taking phone calls or even using a computer. "Ten years ago, this was not a viable business option," says Carr, "But the...more »

  • Steady Progress

    Posted by:    |    Saturday, December 3, 2011

    Stay in shape at work: Jerry Carr, president of TreadDesk inc., describes how his invention works to Carol Weiss- Kennedy, Lindsay Buuck and Kim Smith, all of Bloomington, during the 2009 INShape Indiana Health Summit on Tuesday at Hulman Center. Read the rest of the article!...

  • 10 Ways to Add Exercise to Your Workday

    Posted by: Lorraine Savage    |    Monday, November 7, 2011

    With a little creativity, it's possible to add exercise to your workday without ever leaving the office. "Whether you're the company president or a hard-working employee, a little creativity and dedication to your health can make it possible to incorporate fitness into busy days with office exercise," says fitness specialist Samantha Rowland at the Fit...more »

  • My 7-Hour Workday On The Treadmill Desk

    Posted by: Kristen Aiken    |    Monday, August 22, 2011

    My desk wields a black hole of sluggishness against which I have no power. After eight or nine hours, it becomes a dark place that destroys my very soul. The only solution is to escape it, so to say I was excited about an all-day TreadDesk excursion would be a wild understatement. For years now, I've been publicly verbalizing that I'd give anything to...more »

  • Stand Up For Your Health

    Posted by: GoodHealth Magazine, Australia    |    Tuesday, May 10, 2011

    WARNING: The chair you’re sitting in while reading this article could possibly be hazardous to your overall health! Even if you do the recommended 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity at least five days per week, it’s how you spend the remaining 23½ hours of the day that really matters. A new and emerging area of science, called ‘inactivity...more »

  • Cash, Credits, Peer Support Incentives To Alter Bad Health Habits

    Posted by: David Gorn    |    Thursday, April 14, 2011

    Ellen Wu walks the walk, even when she's working. Wu, executive director of the California Pan-Ethnic Health Network, not only works to promote better health in underserved communities, but she has slipped a few things into her Oakland workplace to keep herself and fellow workers a little more fit. "We put in a tread desk," Wu said. "It's essentially for...more »

  • 9 Ways Spice Up Your Summer Walks

    Posted by: Karen Asp    |    Monday, August 9, 2010

    With summer in full swing, taking a walk outside is a convenient workout option. Trouble is, you're not always excited to get out and get moving. The solution? Spice up your fitness program with these fun new ways to walk. Read the rest of the article!...

  • Thinking on your feet: Desk treadmills offer health benefits to sedentary office workers

    Posted by: Suzanne Wilson    |    Tuesday, August 3, 2010

    Like many millions of other office dwellers, Anne Rogers of Northampton used to spend her work days sitting at her desk for long stretches at a time. As she segued into middle age - she's 43 now - Rogers said she began putting on some extra pounds as her metabolism seemed to slow to a crawl. She'd also suffered from soreness and achiness in her lower back...more »

  • Sitting Will Kill You

    Posted by: Tom Fudge    |    Tuesday, July 27, 2010

    SAN DIEGO —I used to live in Minneapolis where there was a bar called Stand Up Frank‘s. People used to say Stand Up Frank's poured the strongest drink in town, and the bar had few if any chairs. Hence the name. Ironically, Stand Up Frank's was onto something when it came to human health. I learned this while attending a presentation at the Hillcrest offices...more »

  • The Return of a Bad Mother

    Posted by: Jennifer Reese    |    Friday, July 23, 2010

    The writer Ayelet Waldman became a household name after a provocative op-ed piece in The New York Times in which she unapologetically announced that she loved her husband, the novelist Michael Chabon, more than she did their four children. The essay, which also referred to the couple's "always vital, even torrid" sex life, led to a raucous appearance on...more »

Mission Statement

To Provide Office Workers the Opportunity to Walk While They Work.

"The TreadDesk is indeed an idea whose time has come. I love it".

Tracy W. - Seattle, WA